Amazing oil blends to make your hair thicker

amazing oil blends to make hair thick

Thinning of hair is a common problem. Using hairstyle products such as gel, hairspray, your hair quickly becomes weak. In addition to dust, sunlight, pollution, excessive use of cosmetics on the hair make your hair weak. Many products are available in the market to make the hair dense but they are chemical based and may be harmful. So, it is better to make the hair thicker by natural means. By making a mixture of some oils, you can make your hair dense. (Also read: How Mint Or Pudina Can Make Your Skin And Hair Problem free)

Let us know which oils you can mix and apply to hair to make them thicker.

Castor oil and lavender oil

To make the hair thick, mix 4-5 drop lavender oil in a spoon of castor oil and massage the hair with this mixture. Massage of this mixture increases blood circulation in the head and the hair is strong and dense. Wash the head with shampoo after 30 minutes of massage. It is effective for making hair thick.

Peppermint oil and Almond oil

Vitamin E present in this mixture is beneficial for making hair dark and beautiful. Add 4 spoons of almond oil to 5-6 drops of peppermint oil and massage this mixture in the head and shampoo after 20 minutes. This makes your hair dense and beautiful. (Also read: What are the natural facial scrubs that help to get rid of dead skin from face)

Aloe Vera gel and Tea-tree oil

Mix 5-7 drop Tea-tree oil, one spoon rose water and one spoonful Aloe Vera gel and apply on the hair. Leave it for 15 minutes and then wash the hair.

Rosemary oil and lemon juice

This mixture provides minerals to the scalp. As well as making the hair dense, it also reduces the problem of dandruff. Mix a spoon of lemon juice and one egg yolk and 4-5 drops of rosemary oil and apply this mixture to the hair. Leave it for 20 minutes and then wash it with water.

Jojoba Oil and Olive Oil

Combine 4 to 5 drops of Jojoba oil in one spoon of olive oil and massage your hair using that. Massage of this mixture increases blood circulation in the scalp. It also makes hair strong and dense. (Also read: What Are The Myths Related To Hair Which You Should Stop Believing)

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